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School Garden

School Garden

Our school garden was created during the 2016-2017 School Year thanks to a $35,000 annual renewable Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) grant for a school garden project with Washington State University's Island County Extension. 

The grant focuses on sustainability and hands-on learning to improve the nutritional health of children and families through the creation of a school food garden.  In addition to the annual vegetable garden, our school has a greenhouse, compost bins, and perennial food plants, fruit trees, berry canes, and grapevines.

In our garden blog, you will learn about the nutritional information of local and seasonal produce, find tasty, kid-friendly recipes, and follow students as they learn about seeds, growing food plants, composting, worm bins, and lots of other fun ways to get dirty while growing good things to eat.